In 1841, audiences first enjoyed performances in Glasgow’s City Halls. Fast forward more than 175 years and the City Halls continues to welcome visitors to this exciting music complex. The traditional shoebox style auditorium is world renowned for its superb acoustics, with a year round programme of classical and contemporary music. Home to the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the Scottish Music Centre and a Glasgow base for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the City Halls is one of Scotland’s most vibrant and welcoming music centres.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome.
There is a hearing assistance system. The system is infrared.
A deposit is required for the sound enhancement system.
Lift access to all areas.
There are designated spaces for wheelchair users. Wheelchairs are left with the patron. A companion may sit with you. Companions sit next to you.
There is a wheelchair to borrow. To borrow a wheelchair,please ask a member of staff.
View the Accessibility Guide here on AccessAble - the new name for DisabledGo.
Documents are available in Braille and large print.
Available on request
On street, metered parking and nearby multi-storey.
Photography and video recording
At times, Glasgow Life will be on the premises to film and take photos.
The public are only permitted to record and take photos where explicit permission has been granted in advance.
Full table service is not available.
There is ample room for a wheelchair user to manoeuvre. No tables are permanently fixed.
No chairs are permanently fixed. No chairs have armrests.
Menus are hand held only. Menus are not available in Braille. Menus are available in large print.
The meeting rooms and conference spaces within the complex are suitable for hosting from 15 – 400 delegates. Find out more.